Veto Session: At Ease
by Jamie Pope | Jul 27, 2021 | Baton Rouge, LouisianaBefore the Veto Override Session began the political games were in full swing. From legislators not showing up to the governor admitting he made threats and promises to whip votes, the people never stood a chance at being represented. Inability to Perform Duties John...
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Secret Lunch Lafayette
We're continuing our bi-monthly (every other week) lunch meetings at Vermilionville. Lunch cost is $15 per person. Vemilionville is continuing the seafood tradition at least until the end of Lent (March 2nd - April 14). The $15 plate lunch this week will include Fried Catfish, vegetable side, and a buttermilk biscuit. Seafood gumbo, iced tea, and bread pudding will also be available. As usual, we'll need a good headcount for the food, so please let us know you're coming as well as how many guests you're bringing. We can still accept cash or checks at lunch, or you can also use a card to cover the cost of your lunch in advance. Cover Your Lunch Now
Clay Higgins – “Secret” Lunch Lafayette
Congressman Higgins joins us for "Secret" Lunch in Lafayette this Friday, January 20th. Interest and crowd size dictate we do a buffet style lunch. Costs for these lunches actually exceed the $25 we charge.
Lafayette Secret Lunch with Brett Geymann
Join us on Friday, March 24th, as we welcome Louisiana Legislator, Brett Geymann. As an original member of the "Fiscal Hawks," Brett brings a deep knowledge of the state's budget and spending habits. If you're considering running for the legislature this fall, this is one presentation you certainly won't want to miss. Attendance is free, but we encourage attendees to thank Bailey's Restaurant for hosting by ordering lunch. Lunch is $25 at the door, limited menu selection, with lenten friendly items.
Randy Russ – Election Integrity
Join us for Secret Lunch on Friday, November 18th, at Bailey's Seafood / Ema's Cafe. (more…)
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